Johnson March Systems is a Pennsylvania corporation in business for the past 70 years. With its original focus on industrial applications of Chem-Jet dust suppression systems, the company has grown to be a worldwide leader in chemical feed dosing packages, sampling analysis panels, and chlorination systems.
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- Industry Type:
- Air and Climate - Air Pollution Treatment
- Market Focus:
- Globally (various continents)
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Johnson March Systems is a worldwide provider of custom designed & fabricated chemical feed systems, sample analysis panels, chlorination systems, and dust control/suppression systems.
Successfully in business since the 1930's, Johnson March (JM) is well recognized as an industry leader. Many Fortune 500 Companies routinely employ JM to produce specialized equipment in a variety of applications. Superior engineering, project management, and field service distinguish JM from its competitors.
The next time your business requires a professional & competitive bid package, be sure to include Johnson March in the Quotation process.
- Company started in the 1930's and quickly became a leader in the dust suppression business
- Added industrial coal car thawing systems into the product line in 1972
- Added dust collection systems into the product line in 1974
- Expanded into Johnson March Systems division in 1977 to design & fabricate chemical feed systems and steam / water sampling analysis systems
- Expanded into the Ivyland PA facility in 1984 which provided an additional 12,700 sq. ft. additional shop & office space
- Added industrial vacuum cleaning systems into the product line in 1985
- Restructured the company in 1989 under the current name Johnson March Systems, Inc. and consolidated all fabrication into the Ivyland PA facility
- Expanded the Ivyland facility by 4,400 sq. ft. for additional office space in early 1993
- Further expanded the Ivyland facility by 12,000 sq. ft. for additional fabrication space in late 1993
- Added electrochlorination systems into the product line in 1995
- Achieved ISO 9001 Certification in 1995
- Obtained ASME Section VIII Code Stamp in 1996
- Achieved TSSA Certification in 2007
Based on the rules for pressure vessel design and construction, this certification identifies Johnson March as authorized to the requirements of Section VIII, Division 1 including background, organization, design, materials, fabrication, inspection, testing and documentation of pressure vessels.